(Too bad neither the Washington Post nor the New York Times is front-paging real-time coverage. There's a deluge of web traffic with nowhere to go.)
UPDATE: Here's the SCOTUSblog post. The Second Amendment case is out:
Erin: Alito announces McDonald v. Chicago: reversed and remanded
Tom: Gun rights prevail
The opinion concludes that the 14th Amendment does incorporate the Second Amendment right recognized in Heller to keep and bear arms in self defense
Erin: Stevens dissents for himself. Breyer dissents, joined by Ginsburg and Sotomayor.
Tom: The majority seems divided, presumably on the precise standard
Erin: The majority Justices do not support all parts of the Alito opinion, but all five agree that the 2d Amendment applies to state and local government.
Erin: Alito, in the part of the opinion joined by three Justices, concludes that the 2d Amendment is incorporated through the Due Process Clause.
Erin: Thomas thinks the Amendment is incorporated, but not under Due Process. He appears to base incorporation on Privileges or Immunities.
Tom: The difference between the majority and Justice Thomas doesn't affect the fact that the Second Amendment now applies to state and local reguation...
Erin: The McDonald opinion is here.